Re: [Full-disclosure] [WEB SECURITY] Re: comparing information security to other industries
- From: "Dinis Cruz" <dinis@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 22 Dec 2006 11:21:43 +0000
The problem here is an economic one, unfortunately it seems that we will
have to wait for the cost of exploitation of digital (from web sites down)
assets is bigger than the money made by those 'insecure' applications.
So far, in general, the business model of the attackers has not evolved
beyond basic/simple exploits (the ones that have evolved are not significant
and probably make enough money without leving much trace).
Chief OWASP Evangelist
On 12/20/06, Nancy Kramer <nekramer@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
At 03:16 PM 12/19/2006, KT wrote:
>What I am trying to figure out is how mature we are and how long will it
>take for to get stable?
Not very mature and it will take a long time to get stable because
programmers are just beginning to be aware of application security
requirements and then they need to figure out how to implement
them. Remember most programmers came from a client server or mainframe
world and they "don't get it". The consumer also doesn't "get it". They
work great together.
I went to a PHP Conference recently and the creator of PHP said that there
is not such thing as a completely secure web application. When failure is
a goal you will definitely get there.
I know all this because I am a programmer by background. Most people
designing web applications know so little about security it is scary.
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